Yesterday, Steve Green of Hobby Lobby announced the selection of two semi-finalists for the gift of the Northfield Campus. As reported in The Washington Post and Christianity Today, the two institutions are the Southern Baptist Convention’s North American Mission Board and Grand Canyon University Foundation of Phoenix, Arizona. The Green family hopes to arrive at […]
The Reports of C.S. Lewis College’s Death Were Greatly Exaggerated
In 1897, The New York Herald released a statement that Mark Twain, then 51, was “grievously ill and possibly dying. Worse still, we are told that his brilliant intellect is shattered and that he is sorely in need of money.” Of course, Twain was alive and well. Upon hearing of his likely demise, Twain offered […]
Vacationing with a Purpose
What should I do on my summer vacation? For this college professor, the answer this year was easy: combine service, fellowship, worship, and fun by spending two weeks in Northfield, Massachusetts, at the future C.S. Lewis College site, participating in the C.S. Lewis Foundation’s Vacation with a Purpose! As I write this, it is the […]
See What’s Happening at Vacation with a Purpose
For those that missed them on our new C.S. Lewis College Blog, here are some pictures and a video of this year’s Vacation with a Purpose in Northfield, Massachusetts. Both are courtesy of Andrew Lazo. And if you are on Facebook and want to know what’s happening on the Northfield Campus, the future home of […]
C.S. Lewis College Campus Update – April 2011
Well, as you can probably imagine there have been plenty of things happening on the future site of the C.S Lewis College campus since the opening of Sage Chapel on December 11th.
January made its presence known on campus in a couple of different ways. January 13-17 we welcomed the “Ignite Ivy” conference (www.igniteivy.com) to campus. Ignite is an invitation-only conference designed to minister to student leaders from all eight Ivy League schools.